Georgia might have received a verbal commitment from top outside linebacker prospect Josh Harvey-Clemons (Valdosta, Ga./Lowndes), but the school has yet to receive his letter of intent.
That's because there is supposedly some drama surrounding Harvey-Clemons and his decision earlier Wednesday. Kipp Adams of ESPN.com's DawgNation told ESPN's Cara Capuano that Harvey-Clemons' family wanted him to pick Florida, not Georgia.
Capuano said during the ESPNU Signing Day Special that Harvey-Clemons and his family are now at home and have shut off their cellphones. Harvey-Clemons actually left his cellphone on a recent recruiting visit to Miami, so there isn't a way to directly get a hold of him.
Georgia coach Mark Richt has said that he and his coaches aren't worried about losing Harvey-Clemons, but the longer it takes for his letter to be faxed in, the more uneasy Georgia's staff has to feel.